Salsa Soc Offers a selection of enticing lessons for a variety of dancing styles. Cuban Salsa (Casino) This street-dance style salsa is fun and flamboyant, filled to the brim with Latin flair. The music is happy and carefree with a strong beat that even the newest of dancers can follow with ease. Perfect for social dancing, this style is a must learn for those who want to let loose and just have fun on the dance floor. Rueda de Casino. This literal spin on Cuban Salsa brings new life to a usually 2 partner dance by incorporating all people present into a large circle or Rueda. A single person calls out moves and the entire circle moves in response. This fun party style dance takes the best parts of Cuban Salsa and turns them on their head. The music is bombastic, cheery and full of Latin passion. The perfect style for anyone who cannot contain themselves to dance with only one person for a whole song. Crossbody/LA Salsa. This ballroom style salsa is graceful and elegant, with a smooth, mellifluous flow to every movement. The music is sultry, warm and provocative, but not without an underlying, driving beat that keeps hearts pounding and passions flying high. This style suits those who wish to dance salsa whilst posh, poised and perfectly postured, for those whole value style and sexiness and wish to put a flourish on every move they make. Bachata. This sensual style of dance provides, by far, the most tantalisingly tempting, entwining of two dancers available. The music is slow and soft with deep bassy undertones and ranges from Latin classics to modern hits. This style is best suited to those who want to lead or follow with their chests and their hips, and wish to be as close to their partners as physically possible.
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